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BALTIMORE - The Baltimore chapter of the Guardian Angels took to the streets for their 7th annual "Honk for the Missing" event to raise awareness about the growing number of missing persons in the United States and around the world.
The Baltimore chapter of the volunteer organization dedicated this year's "Honk" to Joanna and Shariece Clark. The mother and daughter disappeared under suspicious circumstances from their home on the 2300 Block of Round Road in Cherry Hill on February 4, 2017.
The Angels were joined by members of the Cherry Hill community, Baltimore Police Department, family and friends of the missing women and volunteers from as far away as Kentucky.
"Honk for the Missing" events also took place in cities across the country including San Antonio, Texas; Sacramento, California; Brooklyn, New York and in Japan and Australia.
Anyone with information on the disappearance of Joanna and Shariece Clark, please call the Baltimore City Police at 443-263-2220.
Above are pictures from "Honk for the Missing" events all over the country and as far away as Japan. Thank you to everyone who shared these photos.